The Second Coming

Part II {Read the first part in the previous post. An Overdue Conversation}   I’m fresh up out my coma… I got my Momma and my Daddy and my homies in my co’na… It’s gonna take a miracle they say… For me to walk again and talk again but anyway… I get, fronted some KIs… […]

Five Years Of Reminiscence

     Some of you may have noticed the number seven followed a date, at the end of yesterday’s post. The dedication was for my deceased cousin, Kevin, who died on the same date, five years ago; 12/8/06. To read about his tragic accident click the link: Kevin Fidalgo. (Here is the link to the other […]

Great Interviews, BUT…

This entry is my review of Lee Strobel’s book, The Case For Christ. Strobel was a self-proclaimed atheist who used his journalism background to discover Jesus. He is now a Christian and a fervent believer. The book starts with a compelling story which immediately gains the sympathy of the reader. The tale is of a […]

Fallon The Blind Dolphin

Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws   The Tradition  The Myth This is the first children’s story to be approved by the new Lord.      Fallon was born to regular dolphins. His parents, major and Carol, never achieved the ultimate goal of joining Magma’s Nifty Nine; these were the specially chosen dolphins which led Magma during […]

The Myth

This entry is the fifth of a series. Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws   The Tradition Joan returned on schedule, but I was concerned because she appeared to be visibly upset. She didn’t say hello, in fact she didn’t say anything; Joan just stood in the middle of my room and stared at me, indignantly. […]

The Tradition

Read the first three installments in the series prior to this post.  Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws Joan returned once again, but this time, she appeared sans the scary costume. On this night, her mission was to reveal a new tradition to the world. Here is our conversation. Joan: “The Lord wants me to […]

A Lesson

Heaven’s Angels ***If you didn’t read yesterday’s post, you won’t understand what this entry is about!***      As expected, Joan returned the following evening. After some unmentionable activity, she revealed the word of the Lord. Joan: “Before we discuss the laws, I want to talk about responsibility. The old God was patient with his prophets; […]

100 Things I Miss About Being Catholic

 *****POST NUMBER 100*****      Here we are; the one-hundredth post. I didn’t think I’d live to see the day. (Seriously, religious people kill for far less than some of the things I wrote!) In some weird way, I have “god” to thank for the success of this blog. Without his “existence,” there would be no […]

Twitter v Facebook

The two dollar and fifty cent question is, “Which is better?” (For those of you who ball harder than $2.50…Congrats!) Obviously, the answer to the BIG question is completely subjective. Deciding which is better is also based on who your friends are! (There is no way of knowing which social media site is better without […]

A Conversation With Kevin

*This is an actual account of events that happened last night. This post was written and saved into my drafts. I experienced every detail during a blackout episode. (No, I wasn’t drinking, ASSHOLE!) When I came to, the post was finished but for some reason, I can add to the piece only; I can’t make […]